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Archibald the Aardvark is getting ready to chase the dragon.  No, not that kind of dragon, the one that represented in the Chinese Zodiac.  Image Comics’ Shadowline imprint is set to release Archibald Chases the Dragon the first week of January – even if 2009 is the year of the Ox. The one-shot is written by Dara Naraghi and illustrated by its creator Grant Bond.  This is the third in a series of Archibald tales following Archibald Saves Christmas and Archibald Saves Easter. This time around a tip-off about a long thought solved murder brings Archibald to Little China, in

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Or  “Puzzling…  Intriguing…  Entertaining…  A Little Infuriating…  Must Be Dave Sim.” Most of you, our Faithful Spoilerites, are too young to remember the black and white independent comics boom of the 80’s, a time when the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles were more than a color-coded merchandising phenomenon, where being able to actually draw wasn’t really a prerequisite, a time when having a unique artist’s perspective was not only not uncommercial, it was practically de rigeur.  It was a time where names were made and reputations created, a time which really and truly changed comics as we know them (for good

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